The Innovative FEED Act aims to improve the regulatory environment for new animal feed ingredients.
Tarjei Eide will take over as the head of Cargill Aqua Nutrition’s North Sea & Canada business and will replace Fredrik Witte who made the decision to leave Cargill.
It will be the first at-scale facility of its kind to upcycle food manufacturing byproducts into insect proteins and lipids which will primarily be used in the animal feed industries.
The U.S. manufacturing facility will be completed in phases and successively increase its processing capabilities and range of products.
The American Feed Industry Association released its annual report, detailing the operational challenges facing today’s animal feed manufacturers.
Eat & Beyond Global Holdings invested in Goldbloom Enterprises.
In spring 2023, Yield10 planted omega-3 (EPA) camelina at acre-scale in the U.S. to begin the ramp-up of seed inventory for future planting as well as to produce oil.
Canadian researchers aim to expand the use of canola meal for livestock, poultry and fish.
Research from AFIA shows that these facilities drive economic growth, not only across our national economy but also in the counties and states where they are located.
The Sustaining Healthy Ecosystems, Livelihoods, and Local Seafood (SHELLS) Act will create a program office for aquaculture within the USDA to promote aquaculture.
Québec-based Entosystem inaugurated its 100,000-square-foot site, which now has the largest production capacity in North America, according to the company.
The $100,000 awarded to Satavie by the Soy Innovation Challenge will be used to scale the company, verify the product in-market and start to build a customer base in the US. The company is also looking for strategic partners to test the product in aquafeeds.
The Center for Aquaculture Technologies Canada received OECD Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) recognition and EU Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification.
Prioritized research includes the development of domestic broodstock, sustainable alternative feeds, innovations in waste processing, and more energy-efficient systems, among others.
Sunnydale Foods developed a faba bean protein concentrate at 65% and is working on increasing protein levels up to 80%.
With the expanded geographical reach, BASF and Cargill aim to bring the voice and commercial insights of US protein producers to craft the next generation of enzymes jointly.
The project investigates novel methods for protein separation to create a protein concentrate (greater than 60% protein) from canola meal.
The insect company has signed two major agreements to set up production sites in the United States and Mexico.
The company has renewed its registration with the CFIA following the removal of ethoxyquin as a feed additive to its krill meal product.
The American Feed Industry Association requested the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine to review the regulatory policy that is decelerating novel feed ingredients from making it to market.